Good morning good people! I am in the best mood today. And I bet you can guess why. If you guessed that the long-awaited 3rd book in the Unfortunate Souls Series is LIVE, then you were right! Rogue Souls is finally here! Whoooo hoooo! Click here to grab it from Amazon. And if you aren’t familiar yet with this series, grab book 1, Unfortunate Souls here for only 99 cents!
In the mean time, I’ll be working my little bootie off writing book 4 in the series, which will be out sometime this winter. Come back soon to get updates on my progress. Lots of love!
We won the Third Annual Contest of Whatever for killing Buster the Possum! Hooray! I’ll post pictures of the kids’ prizes after they choose them. I can’t thank Evil Squirrel enough for hosting an awesome contest and, what’s more, having an amazing blog! Too much fun!
The big day has finally arrived, and two of brave souls who entered this year’s Contest of Whatever are about to leave with fabulous parting gifts prizes!!! But first, let’s give some p…
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I’m doing something a little different today. Something out of the norm. My kiddos are off school for rodeo break (only us Tucsonans know what that is – Google it if you want) and I thought it would be fun to partake in a contest. A friend of mine entered The Anual Contest of Whatever over at The Evil Squirrel’s Nest. And I decided to give it a try. Basically, you must make Buster, one of ES’s cartoon characters die. And I employed the help of my girl spawn (8 yrs old) for set design and photography, and boy spawn (5 yrs old) for story writing. Here’s what they came up with.
Death by Minions: Buster’s Tragedy
Buster the possum was eating leaves and didn’t notice the minions were coming. They tied him to the train track, smashed his arms and legs, and killed him dead. Then they throwed him in the garbage. The minions left but the possum came back to life. He ran away to his little hole for safety. Then he ate some food and he lived happy.
So that’s it. Haha. I love how my 5 year old couldn’t bear the loss of Buster and brought him back to life. Too sweet. I also love how Buster is seemingly flipping us off in the afterlife. No shame in that possum’s game.
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There you have it: our entry in the third annual contest of whatever. I hope you enjoyed this as much as me and my kiddos did. There’s still time to enter, but the contest ends tomorrow morning. Go here for the rules.
Hip, Hip, Hooray! Broken Souls, the second book in my Unfortunate Souls Series is now available here for pre-order on Amazon for kindle! Yay! It will be live and ready to read on November 30th! And for those of you who are unfamiliar with the Unfortunate Souls Series, here is the link for book 1. You can use Amazon’s ‘look inside’ function to read the first couple chapters and see what you’ve been missing. (A little secret for you- Rogue Souls, book 3, is nearing the finish line as well, and should be available sometime close to Christmas! So exciting!)
Look at this cover! Isn’t it pretty? <3
Grab Broken Souls today and tell your friends about it!
Hooray! Creepies 2, The wonderfully horrific second edition of creepy short stories and poems, is finally here! And in lieu of its release, Writer’s Poet’s and Deviants, the fabulous group of writers who created the compilation, are celebrating by making Creepies 2 Free today for Halloween! It’s awesome! (And not to mention my short story Sunsets and Ginger Ale is a part of the mash!) Portions of proceeds go to the MS foundation. Grab your copy here today!
Yes, you heard me right! The Unfortunate Souls Series is finally here and is officially being released on Amazon on Thursday, October the 22nd! (I’ll post the link that day.) And in lieu of the release, I’m having an amazingly fun party for those of you on Facebook, where I’ll be giving away Amazon Gift Cards, Free books, and spooky goodies! Click the link below to join in on the FUN!
(And be on the lookout for links to book 2 and 3 in the very near future! Hopefully sometime in November and December.)
And have a super spooky Halloween my poor, unfortunate Friends!😀
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